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EKSPLORASI KONSORSIUM MIKROB FILOSFER DAN RIZOSFER ASAL BERBAGAI EKOSISTEM DI KABUPATEN SIGI PROVINSI SULAWESI TENGAH Pas, Aris Aksarah; Sopandie, Didy; Trikoesoemaningtyas, Trikoesoemaningtyas; Santosa, Dwi Andreas
Jurnal Agrotech Vol 8 No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31970/agrotech.v8i1.12

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Microbial consortium exploration in an ecosystem is a series of activities aimed at obtaining microb living in a consortium and beneficial to plant growth.The study aimed to obtain leaf and soil samples in various plants within an ecosystem, as a source of a consortium of microbial phyllosphere and rhizosphere to be tested for their effectiveness in increasing the growth and yield of rice crops. The method of determining the location is based on the method of transect sampling/line intersep plot design on an area of 5,196.02 km2. Site determination based on purposive sampling includes ecosystems: rice fields, gardens, pastures and forests.The results showed that, Sigi District has biodiversity in various ecosystems that have potential as source of consortium of microbial phyllosphere and rhizosphere. From the exploration results obtained a sample of 48 species of plants consisting of plants under the level of 30 species, 12 pile poles and 6 types of stakes. The results of the isolation of leaf and soil samples obtained 144 consortium of microbial phyllosphere and 48 consortium of microbial rhizosphere. The obtained consortium was then tested for its effectiveness on the growth and yield of rice crops in the next stage of the study
UJI DAN SELEKSI ISOLAT KONSORSIUM MIKROB FILOSFER DAN RIZOSFER TERHADAP PERKECAMBAHAN BENIH PADI Pas, Aris Aksarah; Sopandie, Didy; Trikoesoemaningtyas, Trikoesoemaningtyas; Santosa, Dwi Andreas
Jurnal Agrotech Vol 8 No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31970/agrotech.v8i2.21

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The application of microbes on the seeds of rice plants, microbes can enter into the rice seed tissues and growth in seed tissues, these microbes can colonize and survive and develop in the seeds. Colonization will continue when the plant grows. This study aims to select the phyllosphere and rhizosphere microbial consortium which can increase plant growth. Furthermore, choosing the best phyllosphere and rhizosphere microbial consortium to test its effectiveness in increasing rice growth. The test method was carried out by soaking the rice seeds (seed treatment) on each mixture suspension for 24 hours. Sprout power was observed after 2 days of incubation and root length, shoot length, wet weight and dry weight of seedlings were observed after 5 days. The method uses a Completely Randomized Design one treatment factor. The selection of the eight best consortium isolates was chosen based on the ranking after each parameter was given the weight multiplied by the scoring. The explored samples from various ecosystems in Sigi Regency contain the phyllosphere and rhizosphere microbial consortium. The isolates of the phyllosphere and rhizosphere microbial consortium have a positive, neutral and negative influence on rice seed germination. Can be selected for each of the eight best phyllosphere and rhizosphere microbial consortiums